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Bethesda.net Is Broken: Why Game Makers Who Abandon Steam Need To Get The Basics Right
30th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
Fallout 76 is not releasing on Steam. It’s perhaps not the best game of 2018 but it’s arguably one of the biggest, and it’s not coming to Valve’s storefront. Of course this has kicked off another wave of “Is Steam in trouble?”...
Lockly Secure Plus Review: Biometrics Comes To The Smart Lock
30th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
You can open this smart lock with a PIN or your uniquely identifiable fingerprint.
Razer Mamba Wireless (2018) Review: It Nails The Fundamentals
30th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
Its been either a few years or a few months since we looked at Razers Mamba mouse. Back in 2015 I reviewed the Mamba Wireless and Mamba Tournament Edition, which Id say was our last real look at this design—but in April we did examine...
Watch The Full Nerd Talk Sapphire RX 590 Nitro+ Review And Optane PC Specs Live Right Now!
29th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
Join The Full Nerd gang as they talk about the latest PC hardware topics. Todays show covers Brads Sapphire RX 590 Nitro+ review, Gordons article about misleading Intel Optane PC specs, and we all share our Black Friday hauls. As always...
Intel Publishes Its First Modern Windows Driver For PCs, And Theres No Going Back
29th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
Intel has published its first Modern Windows Driver for several of its modern integrated GPUs, representing a new way for graphics drivers to be pushed to your PC—and something to keep an eye on until the new driver infrastructure settles...
AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard Review: A Quiet, Affordable Alternative To Clacking Keys
29th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
The AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard, which Amazon trumpets as “quiet and compact,” is built for this age of open work environments. When personal space is at a premium and even the clattering of a keyboard can feel intrusive, this discreet...
Get A Pair Of 3rd-gen Nest Thermostats For $338 At Home Depot, Better Than Black Fridays Lows
29th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
Smart thermostats provide fine-tuned temperature control and can even help you save some money, but they can be a bit of an investment. Today, though, you can grab a two-pack of the awesome 3rd-generation Nest Learning Thermostat for $338...
Ridiculous! This $165 8GB Radeon RX 580 Is One Of The Best Graphics Card Deals In A Long Time
29th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
Wow. Just when you thought the graphics card deals couldn’t get any better, Newegg is selling an 8GB MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 for $165Remove non-product link after the checkout code EMCEERY39 and a $20 mail in rebate. To read this article...
5 Things The IPad Pro Should Steal From The Pixel Slate (and 3 Things It Shouldn’t)
29th Nov 2018 [11 days ago] from PCWorld
As its closest competitor, there are a few things the iPad Pro could learn from the Pixel Slate, as well as a number of things it should ignore.
How To Create Excel Macros And Automate Your Spreadsheets
29th Nov 2018 [11 days ago] from PCWorld
Excel macros are like mini-programs that perform repetitive tasks, saving you a lot of time and typing. For example, it takes Excel less than one-tenth of a second to calculate an entire, massive spreadsheet. It’s the manual operations...
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